The Law Society to trial property information being made available up front
The Law Society is set to pilot plans to make key information for home buyers and sellers available at a much earlier stage in the conveyancing process.
The TA6 is a form which contains crucial information relating to the sale of a property covering areas including compliance with building and planning applications, the supply of services, flooding, and common parts shared with neighbours as well as information relating to Japanese Knotweed and septic tanks.
Until now the information was only collated post-offer, after a solicitor has been instructed, but the Law Society, working with its conveyancing and land law committee, InfoTrack, and Perfect Portal, has identified key early marketing questions that can be completed, up front, in a transaction in what will be known as the TA6 Part 1.
TA6 Part 1 can hopefully assist in reducing the time it takes to achieve completion from the point of instruction, as well as supporting earlier instruction of a solicitor.
OneAgency welcome the news to help buyers and sellers achieve completion much sooner than the usual timeframe. We offer expert advice whether buying, selling or letting a property in Stoke-on-Trent and surrounding areas.